Texas A&M football faces LSU on Saturday in College Station. Here is your first look at LSU.
LSU Season So Far
LSU Injuries and Suspensions
[LB] 10/29/2020 – Travez Moore is out for season (Personal)
[NT] 10/28/2020 – Siaki Ika is out for season (Left Team)
(!)[QB] 11/15/2020 – Myles Brennan is out indefinitely (Oblique)
[LB] 11/22/2020 – Micah Baskerville is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[CB] 11/22/2020 – Derek Stingley Jr. is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Head)
[WR] 11/23/2020 – Racey McMath is doubtful Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[S] 11/22/2020 – Jordan Toles is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Back)
[DB] 11/22/2020 – Maurice Hampton Jr. is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[WR] 11/22/2020 – Trey Palmer is “?” Saturday vs Texas A&M (Undisclosed)
[TE] 09/10/2020 – Ray Parker is out indefinitely (Suspension)
[DT] 09/16/2020 – Nelson Jenkins III is out for season (Personal)
[NT] 09/03/2020 – Tyler Shelvin is out for season (Personal)
[WR] 09/03/2020 – Ja’Marr Chase is out for season (Personal)
Challenges for Texas A&M
LSU returns to College Station where two years ago ridiculous late-game officiating led to an LSU multi-overtime victory. The Aggies will have little need for pre-game pep talks. While this LSU squad is not as powerful as the LSU teams of the past couple of seasons, they do have talented yet inexperienced players. Texas A&M can’t afford to take these Tigers lightly. While LSU is the clear underdog it’s still going to be a tough battle for A&M.
Saturday‘s game kicks off at 6:00 PM CT (7:00 PM ET). You can watch this Texas A&M football game on the ESPN Network.